Document Type : Research Paper


1 M.A Student of Razi University

2 Assistant Professor of Razi University


The purpose of this study was to present a role model for community sport schools in Iran. The research method was qualitative. The statistical population of the present study was university professors and experts with sport and non-sport expertise. The sampling was purposive and snowball technique. The research tool was an interview with 13 people. The validity of the research instrument (interview) was evaluated and confirmed by the interviewers and then by the expert lecturers. In order to assess the reliability, the in-subject agreement method was used 0.80. The test was also approved. The theoretical method of data extraction was used to analyze the data. The results of the semi-structured interviews showed that 5 categories of effect can be considered as role indicators of sport science colleges. These five categories include: production of specialist science and education, community awareness and health, sports-based business, social prosperity, and services. These 5 categories themselves contain 13 concepts and 49 agents or open source. Based on the findings of this study, we conclude that these indicators should be best addressed to school managers and that schools can plan their impact on society by considering these categories. Take action.


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